Replace Pressure tank, install new Well ex troll 20 gallon tank, with new brass tank, new Pressure switch, Brass 75 psi pressure relief, new 100 psi gauge and all other components Upon arrival to the home today I completed the work that was quoted on Monday by installing the new pressure tank, after the new pressure tank and all of its components were installed I turned the water back on and tested the house thoroughly to ensure that the water pressure was even throughout the house which it was, the old pressure tank was full of water because the water was busted which was causing a low pressure issue, at this time everything is functioning properly and as it should again.
Upon arrival to the home today customer stated that they were losing water pressure in the home, after taking a look at the pressure tank I found that the first tank was not holding air like it should and was filled with water due to a busted water, I’ve talked with the homeowners I chose to go with replacing the pressure tank with a new 20 gallon pressure tank tea and switch as well, the pump was replaced last year and everything has been functioning fine since then until now, the pressure tank is located right in front of the cross by store with easy access to remove and install
Upon arrival I spoke with the homeowner and made him aware that we were going to begin rejuvenating The drainfield, after making the homeowner aware we then began to probe and locate the drainfield lines, after locating drainfield lines we then began to rejuvenate, also pouring pea gravel down the rejuvenation holes, after completion of rejuvenating we then began to Hydro jet the drainfield to properly clean out any debris, After Hydro jetting we then poured the Biomat solution into the drainfield to ensure that it cleans properly, also no water came back when Hydro jetting which means that the drain field is properly taking water, we also installed two access risers one above the inlet of tank and one above the outlet side of tank, After completion of the job we cleaned up all tools and materials. Install risers on tank Leach field rejuvenation Hydro jet leach field
On today’s visit I performed a 65 point whole home inspection as well as flush the water heater. I did come across a couple of items consisting of the left side hose bib/kitchen sink faucet/hall lavatory faucet/whole toilet. Everything else in the home appears to be in good working order but there was one item that needs to be addressed as soon as possible which is a three-quarter by three-quarter by half PEX tea in the crawlspace with a slight drip.The pressure tank and water pressure or operating properly and the PSI is 50. I gave the customer multiple options and upfront pricing and he will definitely think about a majority of them but it’s also equipped and capable to do a lot of the work himself but he definitely wants to address the leak in the crawlspace but he needs to speak with his wife on their financing before we proceed he will contact us as soon as possible. I also informed the customer I could apply a $55 coupon Nick pleasants Snow camp,nc
Upon arrival to the home today I completed an inspection of the drain field for the septic system, are you using the camera to snake the line to find out what the issue was I found out the line was completely blocked with sludge, after talking with the homeowner and going over a list of options for him he chose to go with installing two new risers on the existing septic tank as well as Doing a Leitchfield rejuvenation and a Hydro jetting of the lines, we are now calling 811 to get them to come out here and locatethe property and will return on Thursday to complete the work
Upon arrival I spoke with the homeowner and he explained to me the issue that he was having with his septic tank not draining into the Leitchfield properly, he also mentioned that the tank has been pumped several times within several months, after further evaluation of the issue I did make him aware that I would like to have the camera and sewer specialist come out tomorrow morning antique a look at leitchfeild with the camera, the homeowner stated that would be fine, are then gave an upfront option and price on pumping up to 1000 gallons, after signature approval again to pump the tank clean and clear of any liquids or solids, after completion of the job I cleaned up all tools and materials and had homeowner flush to ensure that everything was flowing properly. - Pump up to 1000 gallons
After arriving to the home, the homeowner made me aware of how their well has developed a sulfur smell within the past week. They’ve noticed it before about a month ago, but it resolved itself. Now it has come back and they can smell it on both the hot side and cold side. They currently have a water system in place, it’s a softener system that has been here since they moved in 20 years ago. I performed a water test after the system to ensure it was still functioning properly, the results are as follows: pH:6 Hardness: 0 GPG Iron: .5ppm> So the softener system is functioning properly. Due to the home being a slab built home, the only solution to resolve the sulfur water with a water system would be to reconfigure the utility closet where the current water system and pressure tank reside. I gave the homeowner options with upfront pricing for water systems and chlorination. At this time, we are not moving forward with any work. I have recommended that the homeowner attempt to chlorinate
-Replace new style delta gooseneck faucet cartridge -install kohler white elongated toilet in master bath Upon arrival customer made me aware of several concerns one being a noise in the hall bath/at one time a slow drain in master shower/and kitchen sink faucet leaking at handle. On this visit we did perform a 65 point whole home inspection as a courtesy to the customer and I found everything to be in great working condition except for a tripped GFI which controls his water system which we were able to reset. I did find out the master bath toilet had heavy sediment in the ports and that the kitchen sink faucet was indeed leaking from beneath the handle. We also remove the lid of the septic tank and ensure that the level was proper and it is functioning properly. The issue with the hall bath tub noise was that it had never been used and the P-trap had dried causing an echo. Once the customer ran water and that the sound subsided. I gave the customer multiple options and upfront pricin
On today’s visit the customer made me aware they were looking to install a hair wash sink/hand wash sink/toilet in the detached slab garage. In between the garage and the home has a 48 inch wide area before you get to the crawlspace of the home. Due to certain regulations I have informed the customer to contact environmental services with their personal blueprints in hand so that the town can let us know what to do with the job and/or materials for the install. For today since I could not provide the customer with proper estimates I have waive the dispatch fee Nick pleasants Snow camp
Upon arrival I spoke with the homeowner she showed me and explained to me the issue she was having with her water heater, after further evaluation of the issue she made me aware that the water heater was still under manufacturers warranty and that the manufacture was going to replace the heater at no charge, I then gave up front options and pricing on us picking up the water heater and her picking up the water heater with us installing the heater and bringing it back up to code, after presenting the options we then filled out the financing forms, After filling out the financing forms the customer needed to call the financing company so they can get more information, At this time the customer stated that she would call the financing company and once everything was done she would give us a call back to confirm with us.
Upon arrival to the home the customer stated they were having brown water coming out of the faucets occasionally but not all the time, after completing a water test and discovering that they already had an old filtration system from the previous homeowners that had not been service properly and it was just old and in need of replacement, as well as the water heater being original to the home and the pressure tank, after talking with the homeowner and getting up some prices and options for them and presenting them to her she chose to have me email her option one and option three for her to go over with her boyfriend when he gets off of work, we will do a follow up call tomorrow afternoon with the homeowners to see if they have any questions or any concerns that they would like to address and ask at that time
Diagnose all Well Components that are Above Ground Includes Voltage and Amperage Readings Ensure Pressure Tank is Charged to the Correct Pressure Provide Upfront Pricing for Repairs After arriving to the home, the homeowner made me aware of their no water situation. They live on a well, and this problem started occurring today. It started off as the breaker tripping, then eventually it stopped tripping and no water pressure. The home was built in 2006, but the well was dug in 2005. It is believed to be the original well pump. Based off the well report the homeowners received and the well tag, the pump maybe hung at 60’, however the well was dug to 165’, and the yield is 30 GPM. I made the homeowners aware that I would need to diagnose the system in order to pinpoint the issue. After gaining approval, I started at the pressure tank in the outside utility room. The tank was not saturated, I measured incoming and outgoing voltage at 240VAC. When measuring amperage, I noticed 0 amps draw
Replace float switch in lift station On initial visit I found that the float switch was working intermittently causing water level to rise and trigger alarm in lift station. This is due to a bad float switch not actuating every time. I did find that the pump is functioning properly in manual mode. On today’s visit I was able to replace the float switch within the lift station and reattach to mounting pole after I installed the switch I tested the switches functionality above and below ground and now It is functioning properly and sending the wastewater to its designated area. Also during the installation I ensured that the float level and the alarm level were set properly. Now the lift station system is functioning at 100% Nick pleasants Snow camp,nc
Return 8/3/22 Back field around tank at settled areas then graded out yard after grading spread straw
On today’s visit customer made me aware that the float Switch appear to be operating intermittently. I found this to be true because on my arrival it should have been actuated and was not. After I shook the pipe it did actuate. This is a sign of the float switch sticking internally so I gave the customer upfront pricing and we have scheduled for float switch replacement Wednesday afternoon Nick pleasants Snow,camp